Mahbub Uddin Khokon was the first BNP leader to be vaccinated against coronavirus


Barrister Mahbub Uddin Khokon, the party's joint secretary general, was the first BNP leader to be vaccinated against coronavirus. Although many leaders of the party expressed doubts about the vaccine, he said he was feeling better about the vaccine. Barrister Mahbub Uddin Khokon said, "I am feeling better mentally." Can't tell if Ticker has any side effects.

But I'm feeling better. Mahbub Uddin Khokon, a 65-year-old lawyer and BNP leader, went to Dhaka Medical College and Hospital on Monday afternoon and took the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. .

Everyone should take two doses of this vaccine. The UK's drug quality control authority says the vaccine is safe and effective in preventing coronavirus. However, many BNP leaders have criticized the vaccine from India at various times. Some have also expressed doubts about whether the general public will be vaccinated against guinea pigs.

Vaccination is needed as an antidote. So I took the vaccine. Like other BNP leaders, Khokon also said that in order to ensure that the vaccine is safe, the heads of government and heads of state of different countries have taken the vaccine to reassure the people. So the people would have been reassured if the Prime Minister had taken the first vaccine. They thought the vaccine was safe.

Started with a nurse there. I think it would have been better to have a Prime Minister for the confidence of the people. What message will you give to those who have been disagreeing with the BNP about the vaccine, he said, who is disagreeing? No one is disagreeing.

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